Vesta Promotes Noel Fagan and Brian MooreAugust 30, 2016
Vesta Partners a professional services firm specializing in Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and SAP EAM technology, has announced the mid-year promotions of Noel Fagan to Executive Vice President of Global Business Development, and Brian Moore to Senior Vice President, Business Development…
Join Vesta’s Master Data Workshop at SAP4U 2016
Len Harms, Vesta Partners CSO, will be co-hosting a workshop during this year’s SAP for Utilities conference taking place in Huntington Beach, CA. Harms will be presenting ” Deep Dive into Master Data, Asset Intelligence Network & Spatial” alongside Michael Jordan from Utopia Global Inc. This workshop is for any organization trying to get more value from the analysis of data, considering a linear project, or preparing for an S4/HANA migration…
Sales Audit in a Retail Environment: Making Sense of it AllAugust 19, 2016
What is Sales Audit? We often think of audits as […]
Vesta will Exhibit at 2016 SAP for Utilities ConferenceAugust 16, 2016
SAP for Utilities is North America’s most comprehensive utilities program designed specifically for this ever-evolving community. As the utilities industry continues to transform and evolve the way we interact with customers, data and assets, it is more important than ever to hear solutions and expertise from your peers on how to drive success with new technology and digital innovations. SAP for Utilities is the annual go-to event that unites over 1,000 utilities professionals from across North America and the globe.
/N SPRO to Attend SAP Retail Forum 2016 as a Platinum Sponsor
/N SPRO is proud to announce their continued commitment to […]
Zero Breakdowns Step 2 – Maintaining Operating StandardsAugust 12, 2016
In the first step to Zero Breakdowns, we discussed Maintaining Basic Conditions. In this blog, we will discuss maintaining operating standards. Maintaining operating standards requires determining the design capacity for a particular piece of equipment. Once this is determined, the goal is to achieve this design capacity, not to exceed it, also not to fail to reach it. Unfortunately, many companies today believe that exceeding design capacity is good. However, as design capacity is exceeded, service life and reliability of the equipment is reduced. While the speed or the instant output of the equipment may look good, the resulting downtime impacts negatively the overall capacity.